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The point of return

If legal tools of bankruptcy are properly applied, there are chances for companies to survive and start again

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In-house counsel coping strategies for a tough year

Toil and trouble

China’s economy is recovering from the pandemic ahead of the rest of the world, but in-house counsel now face an increasingly tense international political theatre and an enormous uptick in regulatory and compliance-related work.

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Tax remuneration from WeChat articles

By Tao Shan and Yu Rong, Hylands Law Firm
Avinash Amarnath Shruthi Rao, Chandhiok & Mahajan CCI Cartels

CCI on cartels: Object outweighs the effect

By Avinash Amarnath and Shruthi Rao, Chandhiok & Mahajan

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The Philippines’ top 100 lawyers

Asia Business Law Journal reveals the Philippines’ top 100 lawyers

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Evolving doors

A reluctance to opt for litigation during the pandemic has seen new opportunities for arbitrators and other alternative dispute resolution practitioners

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All rise

Advocates and court administrators are navigating the technology and direction of virtual courts like never before, butis enough being done to make these forums smooth and accessible?

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Vanquishing viral enemies

Senior in-house counsel share their ideas and practical solutions on fighting cybersecurity and data privacy challenges

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Harbouring ambitions

With the new limited partnership fund legislation Hong Kong is showing its intent to lure asset managers away from their favoured offshore jurisdictions and anchor them in the city

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Destination disinvestment?

Selling off public sector enterprises could be the key to strengthening a sluggish economy. Will a new privatization drive succeed where earlier attempts have failed?